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Haulover Inlet Fishing Reports


2017-05-05
9:13 AM

Kingfish on the Reefs - Fishing is been pretty good lately, especially with the kingfish. We've been catching kings in the 10 to 20 pound class all up and down the reef, from 80 to 140 feet. We've been live- baiting pilchards and having really good success. We've also be more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-05-04
12:43 PM

Grouper Season Opens - Fishing in Miami has been very active over the past few weeks. With stiff easterly breezes for over a month now the blue water has pushed in, along with many other predators. Kite fishing has been the preferred method recently. We fly a kite and s more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2017-03-30
7:49 PM

Mahi-Mahi are Here! - Mahi are starting to show up here in Miami Beach. On half-day trips, we've been catching a few nice fish with one recent catch over 20 pounds. This time a year you don't really need to go out to far offshore. Most fish are found between 100 and 40 more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-03-18
11:13 AM

HUGE Yellowfin Tuna - There's been a few sailfish around and the fishing has been really good lately. There's also a few blackfin tuna and yellowfin tuna being caught and the sea cross didn't let us down. We caught one of the biggest yellowfin tunas - or probably the bi more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-03-03
10:13 AM

Afternoon Blackfin Tuna - There's been a really nice blackfin tuna bite this week. We've been catching blackfins between 100 to 250 feet of water. The late afternoon bite has been the best. There's also a few wahoo and mahi-mahi mixed in. They've been eating the drone spo more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-03-02
1:51 PM

Exotics! - Fishing in South Florida has heated up over the past few weeks and has gotten even better the past few days thanks to some blue water and north current pushed in hard to the reef. My brother Jimmy David who runs the charter boat L and H out of more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2017-02-02
10:38 AM

Sailfish Season is Here - The weather in South Florida has finally cooled off and the sailfish have arrived. Sailfish generally migrate south after a cold front slides by us. The weather has stabilized with cloudless sunny days and the outside temperatures being in the low 70 more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2017-01-19
12:14 PM

Reef and Offshore Action - The sea has finally calmed down and the fishing is starting to heat up. We are catching sailfish, lots of kings on the reef, a few mahi-mahi offshore, and some wahoo mixed in. There's also a few blackfin tuna around. We are catching all these fish more...
Capt. Ralph Mayans - Haulover Inlet


2017-01-10
12:29 PM

Happy New Year! - I hope everyone had a safe and eventful holiday with family and friends. 2016 has come and gone very fast and we are ready for a successful 2017. We have started out the New Year with a bang. A couple cold fronts have finally livened up the billfi more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet


2016-12-03
12:10 PM

Sailfish are Here! - Fishing has started to pick up a bit now that we are entering the winter months and the water temperature has cooled a bit. We are coming into our sailfish season as the fish start to migrate south for the season. Inshore fishing has been good more...
Capt. Freddie David - Haulover Inlet

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